Barkavenueapparel.com – “Designer Duds for Dogs”
This is a site for dressing up your dog year-round, and has dozens of different Halloween costumes to choose from. Maybe your pooch wants to be a cow… or a cow girl. Or your little guy is a little devil. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to see what she’d look like in a 1920’s flapper dress. The costs range between $40 – $60. The main downside to this website is its pictures. It has great pictures of the costumes, but most do not show dogs wearing them! And on a weird note, this website also sells “dog panties”.
HealthyPets.com – Bargain Buys in its Pet Boutique
Some really cute stuff here for your dog. Turn your weiner dog into a weiner. Turn your stinker into a skunk. It helps you determine which size to get for your pet. And the prices really couldn’t get any better. They range between $8 – $18, The Dogzilla costume is on sale for just $6.55! This site also has other Halloween items, like pet treats and toys.
Target.com - Limited Supply, Limited Look
Puppy prisoner, Taco dog and Sailor Pup are some of the dozen or so costumes available at Target. They don’t have as nice of detail work as other pet costume supplies, they look factory-made. The price is decent, between $13 – $28 dollars. You may find a few of these costumes in Target stores, but most are only available online.
SpiritHalloween.com – The Complete Look
No detail is left out with these costumes. Your caveman bulldog wouldn’t be complete without the caveman hair and a bone. Your darling dog wouldn’t be Dorothy without the braids. From Wonder Woman to Darth Vader, this site has a few ideas you may not have considered. Prices range mostly from $15 – $20, but a few simpler options are available for $5.99.
You could probably spend all day looking online at different dog costumes. There really is no lack of puppy apparel websites. When picking your dog’s outfit, keep in mind his personality (a devil or an angel), your interests (Star Wars? Food?)… and also keep in mind your dog’s tolerance to wearing clothes. Costumes with lots of components, like head pieces, may not work for a stubborn pup. A happy dog is a Happy Halloween!